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Enthalpies of reaction of (benzylideneacetone)iron tricarbonyl, (BDA)Fe(CO)3, with phosphine ligands : thermodynamic insights into iron chemistry

LB Luo and Steven Nolan (UGent)
(1992) ORGANOMETALLICS. 11(10). p.3483-3486
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The enthalpies of reaction of (BDA)Fe(CO)3 (BDA = benzylideneacetone) with a series of monodentate phosphine ligands (PR3) leading to the formation of trans-(PR3)2Fe(CO)3 complexes have been measured by solution calorimetry in THF at 50-degrees-C. These enthalpy data help establish the following relative order of stability: PEt3 > P(n)Bu3 > PMe3 > PPhMe2 > PPh2Me > PPh3. The data span a range of 15 kcal/mol. This stability scale sheds light on the relative donating ability of phosphines. These data also allow comparison with other organometallic systems and give insight into factors influencing the Fe-PR3 bond disruption enthalpies in the (PR3)2Fe-(CO)3 system.
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HIGH-YIELD SYNTHESIS, BENZYLIDENEACETONEIRON TRICARBONYL, PHOSPHORUS LIGANDS, METAL-CARBONYLS, COMPLEXES, BOND, HEATS, DERIVATIVES, FE(CO)5, TETRACARBONYL

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Luo, LB, and Steven Nolan. “Enthalpies of Reaction of (Benzylideneacetone)Iron Tricarbonyl, (BDA)Fe(CO)3, with Phosphine Ligands : Thermodynamic Insights into Iron Chemistry.” ORGANOMETALLICS, vol. 11, no. 10, 1992, pp. 3483–86.
APA
Luo, L., & Nolan, S. (1992). Enthalpies of reaction of (benzylideneacetone)iron tricarbonyl, (BDA)Fe(CO)3, with phosphine ligands : thermodynamic insights into iron chemistry. ORGANOMETALLICS, 11(10), 3483–3486.
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Luo, LB, and Steven Nolan. 1992. “Enthalpies of Reaction of (Benzylideneacetone)Iron Tricarbonyl, (BDA)Fe(CO)3, with Phosphine Ligands : Thermodynamic Insights into Iron Chemistry.” ORGANOMETALLICS 11 (10): 3483–86.
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Luo, LB, and Steven Nolan. 1992. “Enthalpies of Reaction of (Benzylideneacetone)Iron Tricarbonyl, (BDA)Fe(CO)3, with Phosphine Ligands : Thermodynamic Insights into Iron Chemistry.” ORGANOMETALLICS 11 (10): 3483–3486.
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Luo L, Nolan S. Enthalpies of reaction of (benzylideneacetone)iron tricarbonyl, (BDA)Fe(CO)3, with phosphine ligands : thermodynamic insights into iron chemistry. ORGANOMETALLICS. 1992;11(10):3483–6.
IEEE
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L. Luo and S. Nolan, “Enthalpies of reaction of (benzylideneacetone)iron tricarbonyl, (BDA)Fe(CO)3, with phosphine ligands : thermodynamic insights into iron chemistry,” ORGANOMETALLICS, vol. 11, no. 10, pp. 3483–3486, 1992.
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  abstract     = {The enthalpies of reaction of (BDA)Fe(CO)3 (BDA = benzylideneacetone) with a series of monodentate phosphine ligands (PR3) leading to the formation of trans-(PR3)2Fe(CO)3 complexes have been measured by solution calorimetry in THF at 50-degrees-C. These enthalpy data help establish the following relative order of stability: PEt3 > P(n)Bu3 > PMe3 > PPhMe2 > PPh2Me > PPh3. The data span a range of 15 kcal/mol. This stability scale sheds light on the relative donating ability of phosphines. These data also allow comparison with other organometallic systems and give insight into factors influencing the Fe-PR3 bond disruption enthalpies in the (PR3)2Fe-(CO)3 system.},
  author       = {Luo, LB and Nolan, Steven},
  issn         = {0276-7333},
  journal      = {ORGANOMETALLICS},
  keywords     = {HIGH-YIELD SYNTHESIS,BENZYLIDENEACETONEIRON TRICARBONYL,PHOSPHORUS LIGANDS,METAL-CARBONYLS,COMPLEXES,BOND,HEATS,DERIVATIVES,FE(CO)5,TETRACARBONYL},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {10},
  pages        = {3483--3486},
  title        = {Enthalpies of reaction of (benzylideneacetone)iron tricarbonyl, (BDA)Fe(CO)3, with phosphine ligands : thermodynamic insights into iron chemistry},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/om00046a063},
  volume       = {11},
  year         = {1992},
}

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